Thirteen tracks of damn fine hard- and power-rock make this album a compulsory purchase for all those who appreciate quality and bona fide musicianship.
www.music-news.com (February 2013)
Love You & Leave You is actually a pretty fine album that any fan of ’70s rock should enjoy. Verden Allen has assembled a top notch band here, so for all you fans of Hammond organ & guitar drenched rock & roll, dig in deep.
www.seaoftranquility.org (February 2013)
…there is something warm and endearing about the distinctive vocals and the sound of a swirling Hammond. I’m sure Mott fans will be intrigued enough to check this out because there are one or two moments when Allen’s playing shines through that are reminiscent of his former band, and some of the song structures are definitely a walk down familiar roads.
File under easy on the ears hard rock and one to go back to, I think. A possible rough diamond.
www.uber-rock.co.uk (February 2013)
To put it shortly, those thirteen tracks of perfect hard-power-rock are a must for everyone who values quality music.
Upon Music (Feb 2013)
Thirteen tracks of damn fine hard – and power-rock make this album a compulsory purchase for all those who appreciate quality and bona fide musicianship.
Kiss FM (Feb 2013)
…the swaying sentiment of “Knocking On Those Old Back Doors” turns all the right knobs, whereas “Do You Want Me 2?” merrily sprinkles the charge with a piano boogie, and “Hold On To This” elevates this collection to wuthering, or thunderbuck, heights. Here, Verden Allen is truly walking with a mountain and shakes the common ground.
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